U.S. Farm Report
In 1928, Stalin implemented policies that would turn all of Russia's private-owned land into collectivized farms. He hoped it would speed up production. The result was a death toll estimated to be as high as 5.3 million.
With industry advocates hopeful of committee approval, the Agriculture Workforce Act was being considered Oct. 24 by the House Judiciary Committee.
The Indiana-based author and speaker shares why farmers must take time now to share the stories behind food before their license to operate is revoked.
Together with Mycogen Seeds, FFA students will have the opportunity to see what it’s like in the life of a corn seed sales rep.
Looking for Clues to Fate of Fertilizer Rally Amid Surplus)
USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) estimated that U.S. hay production would be close to 132 million tons in 2017, down 3 million tons from last year.
Besides immunoglobulins, the role of maternal leukocytes and other components could change the way we manage and feed colostrum.
Stagnant crop prices seems to be another clichéd term of 2017, but a weather situation in South America could “significantly” play a role in U.S. price margins.